Tide has turned for Najib


Stepping it up: Najib was upbeat during a two-day visit to Terengganu which is regarded as a swing state. He is seen here with Cabinet ministers and Terengganu leaders against a backdrop of Sungai Besut. — Bernama

The Opposition claim that Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is stepping down could not be further from the truth. He is on attack mode and has switched up the we-can-win rhetoric.

THERE is a rather weird story going around that the Prime Minister will resign before the general election.

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Politics , Najib , Mahathir , general election , Pakatan

   

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